Registration is now closed. 3 (Three) PDUs Confirmed for PEB PEs & IES C.ENGs: Technical Talk on 5G network without EMI/ EMCTue 18th Jun 2019 6:15PM - 10:00PM
IES Training Seminar Rooms 1 & 2
70 Bukit Tinggi Road The Institution of Engineers Singapore Singapore 289758
Located at the IES Green Building@Bukit Tinggi aka Brian Chang Building (Level 2 accessible via lift)www.ies.org.sg
The Electronics industry faces great pressure spurred by rapid technology advancement, intense global competition and demanding customers. It is a matter of survival, if companies cannot keep pace with very short product life cycles and frequent product launches.
With the upcoming 5G communication technology, Survival in this industry is no mean feat, not least when it comes to the communications antenna. When designing this part of their product, engineers face lots of questions. How much space does the antenna require? What type of antenna is best? Should they use a module with an integrated antenna, or go for an external one? There are many variables to consider, including size, RF efficiency and detuning issues. Making the right decision is particularly important when an antenna architecture design may be used in more than one type of housing.
To address these challenges companies, numerical tool and circuit simulation products can be employed to predict EMI/EMC, signal integrity and power integrity issues - enabling your design team to optimize system performance prior to build and test. Design automation features enable you to import designs from popular layout tools, perform rigorous electromagnetics extraction and then couple to full-circuit simulations.